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Only two weeks remain until Four Corners Folk Festival

Only two weeks remain until Four Corners Folk Festival

The Four Corners Folk Festival is just two weeks away. This year’s 19th annual event will be held Aug. 29-31 and features three days of camping, pickin’ and listening to…

Dance to the San Juan Mountain Boys Friday

Don’t miss out on the San Juan Mountain Boys Friday night, featuring hits from The Eagles, John Denver, Alan Jackson, George Straight and more. Tickets for this dance are on…

One more chance to become choir member

One more chance to become choir member

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW Girls who will be entering grades five through eight have another opportunity to become a member of the Pagosa Springs Girls Choir for…

Classical music concert to feature local talent

By Heidi Tanner Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, Sept. 7, a group of local musicians will serenade Pagosans with a free concert. The concert will be held at St.…

Exercise your vocals at Choral Workshop and Festival

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW As with every muscle in the body, the vocal chords need to be used and exercised to stay in shape. Older singers often…

Cowboy poetry gathering comes to Pagosa

Cowboy poetry gathering comes to Pagosa

By Ken Harms Special to The PREVIEW Western Music Association’s Ken and Jan Harms are happy to announce that they have received a grant from the Archuleta  County Tourism Fund…

Ukulele jam: Four strings and a whole lot of fun

Ukulele jam: Four strings and a whole lot of fun

Eight months ago, in December of 2013, Dave Krueger and Guiseppe Margiotta held the first community ukulele jam — something they continue to host every other Sunday in the Pagosa…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Dave the Poet

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Dave the Poet

Sunday Night Unplugged, a monthly meditation service offered by St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, will take an unusual turn this Sunday evening at 5 p.m. Rather than featuring a guest musician,…

Asleep at the Wheel returns to Durango

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW Asleep at the Wheel, the nine-time Grammy Award-winning band revered for sustaining Texas-based western swing, returns to the Community Concert Hall at Fort…

Caravan of Thieves and Heather Maloney/Darlingside to entertain at folk festival

Caravan of Thieves and Heather Maloney/Darlingside to entertain at folk festival

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW The 19th annual Four Corners Folk Festival, taking place Aug. 29-31, will bring thousands of music lovers from all over the country to…